Different way to study. Same quality degree.
As the workforce changes, now more than ever, it’s essential to future-proof your career. UOW’s online degrees are designed and taught by industry leaders and world-class academics – the same as our on-campus degrees – to help you gain valuable skills and a recognised qualification that will put you at the forefront of your industry.
UOW’s online courses are a flexible, convenient option if you’re looking to earn a postgraduate degree that’s identical in quality and reputation as those studied on campus. The best part is you can study when and where it suits you.
Master of Education - with the following specialisations:
- Adult and Vocational Education
- Educational Leadership
- Higher Education
- Information and Communication Technology in Education and Training (ICT)
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Special Education
These courses are eligible for a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) - find out more here.
The courses listed above are eligible for a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP). Find out more here.
Distance course options
The following courses are offered mainly online, with a component of face-to-face learning. This means you will come onto campus from time to time, offering a good mix of studying at a time that suits you, as well as a chance to meet other students studying the same course.
UOW’s online courses are offered part-time and are self-paced, so you can fit your learning around your lifestyle. With no set daily class times, this means you can study at any place, any time of the day – whatever works best for you.
By earning your postgraduate degree from UOW, you can graduate knowing you’ll be highly-regarded by employers, who rate UOW graduates among the top 2% in the world.
If you’re looking to get ahead in your career, or change it completely, postgraduate study is shown to lead to promotions and pay rises. Postgraduates earn on average $20,000 more than those with only an undergraduate degree.